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Coca-Cola Memorable Celebrations 34: Careca Turns On The Samba Style

Coca-Cola Memorable Celebrations 34: Careca Turns On The Samba Style

The Brazilian striker did one fantastic shimmy to score then impressed with another as he danced at the corner flag...

Goal.com, in association with Coca-Cola, are counting down the Top 50 most memorable World Cup celebrations of all time. Let's wind the clock back by 20 years to savour some moves from Careca which wouldn't look out of place at the Rio carnival.


34) Careca - Brazil (Italia 1990)

Brazil's quest to end their 20-year World Cup drought didn't come to an end in Italia '90, but before their elimination by Argentina they turned on the style in the group stage. Sweden were the victims as Branco played a defence splitting ball to Careca, who dummied Thomas Ravelli to score the opener and then performed an even more impressive shimmy at the corner flag. Not that the Italian security guards were much impressed. Elsewhere on the peninsula that summer a certain Roger Milla was taking notes...




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Missed a goal? Catch up with the Top 50 here.

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